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Ensemble: The full cut of the horsehair-stiffened coat skirt and the large cuff details are representative of the exaggerated proportions of the period.

Herrenrock zum militärischen Staatskleid Augusts des Starken von 1709, i.0029, Rüstkammer/SKD

Historical reproduction of a military frockcoat worn by Augustus the Strong in created for the exhibition: year anniversary often the Battle of Poltava" Moscow / Kremlin, 2009

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Men’s dressing gown with attached waistcoat, chintz, c. 1750-1799. Collection Centraal Museum, Utrecht, The Netherlands. Inv. no. 21651. Copyright: Centraal Museum.

Man’s chintz dressing gown with attached waistcoat, Collection Centraal Museum, Utrecht, The Netherlands.

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Elizabethan men's costume, made from red striped velvet, gold velvet, gold silk jacquard and leather. Here pictured with a falcon. Costume made by Angela Mombers. I want a man-doll to dress like this!

Different kinds of hosen.- A work about XV century fashion in France, Italy, Spain and England.

Different kinds of hosen.- A work about XV century fashion in France, Italy, Spain and England.

Waistcoat 1730-1739 The Victoria & Albert Museum

Waistcoat made in England, Great Britain or France during the with: Silk satin, silver thread, spangles, silk thread; hand-sewn and hand-embroidered. This richly-embroidered satin waistcoat demonstrates the lavishness of court dress during the

Well technically Georgian as its 18th century  don't you wish men got to dress up in silks satins and high heels again?.

Well technically Georgian as its century don't you wish men got to dress up in silks satins again.

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